Julius Caesar Betrayal Theme

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In the play “H3amlet”(1603), by William Shakespeare, the concept of betrayal is that of obvious and is something that happens everywhere and can happen to anyone including the royal family of Denmark. In order to show us, his thoughts on human nature, Shakespeare uses the central issues in the play is that of betrayal of that of Claudius towards hamlet the king and his nephew the rightful king of Denmark as an example to show us a lesson about humans.
Betrayal is something that is in human nature, people have betraying each other for as long as human have walked this earth. As Well as even before they walked the earth, compare the story of Adam and Eve they were told not to eat from the tree of knowledge no matter what. God stated to them “You are free to eat from any tree in the garden; but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat of it you will surely die.”(Genesis 2.16-17). Going against god's will Adam and Eve demonstrates that disgusting part of human nature that is betrayal. By betraying god's will and listening to that manipulative snake that tempted them to eat from the tree of knowledge and damned the rest of the human race.
44 BC the year the great Julius Caesar brought many new wonderful thing to Rome
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Cladus killed his brother the king so he could get the throne and also still his woman from him, cladus wanted everything his brother had to that is why he betrayed him and kill him when he was a sleep as said in line 26 “revenge his foul and most unnatural murder” (line 26 page 57). His death was not of great betrayal. He also betrayed hamlet his nephew by one killing his father and second taking the throne from him when it was rightfully his. Because of his betrayal many more thing happened because of it and many people got hurt because of

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